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National Incidents

Sunday, December 25, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

Los Angeles, CA: Greater Alarm. 3450 E. Pico Bl. 75x50 2-sty comm. W/I. [ICP 419]. 2:02a.m.

HILLSIDE NJ: 2ND ALM 73 KING ST HOUSE FIRE M/A TO WORK/COVER EAN10 [EAN]. 3:46a.m.

IRVINGTON NJ: 2ND ALM 251 22ND ST FIRE IN A APT BLDG M/A TO WORK/COVER EAN10 [EAN]. 3:47a.m.

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (CAMDEN) **2ND ALARM** NEW ST AND TRENTON AVE CMD REPROTS 2 STORY MOR HEAVY FIRE FROM SECOND FLOOR. NJ801 [1STR]. 6:52a.m.

U/D CAMDEN CITY, NJ (CAMDEN) **2ND ALARM** 460 NEW ST FD OPERATING 2 STRY MOR HEAVY FIRE 2ND FLR. CMD RPT SEVERAL HANDLINES, LADDER, CITY FIELDCOMM OPERATING. S/C D13 REHAB. GOOD PROGRESS, PWH ATT NJ801 * NJ841 [1STR]. 7:20a.m.

2ND ALARM LAWRENCE, MA. BOX 2111 2-4 WEBSTER COURT. COMMAND REPORT FIRE SHOWING FROM A 3 FAMILY WOOD FRAME STRUCTURE. *154.445* C158/C220 [TAC9-C101]. 8:01a.m.

3RD ALARM LAWRENCE, MA. BOX 2111 2-4 WEBSTER COURT. COMMAND REPORTS HEAVY FIRE IN A 3 FAMILY WOOD FRAME STRUCTURE, M/A REQUESTED FIRE IS A DWH. *154.445* C158/C220 [TAC9-C101]. 8:07a.m.

2ND ALARM HUDSON NH 10 DUMONT RD STRUCTURE FIRE HEAVY FIRE SHOWING 2.5STY WDFRM M/A TO WORK & COVER *153.95* C80/C710/C991 [TAC9-C158]. 3:21p.m.

YONKERS (WESTCHESTER) NY *2nd ALARM* aof 30 BURNHAM AVE x LOCKWOOD AVE OFF SAW MILL RIVER RD. FIRE IN A LARGE DWG. MNS119 [MNS342]. 3:25p.m.

YONKERS,NY (WESTCHESTER) **3RD ALARM** 50 BERHAND AVE BLDG FIRE 2ND ALARM REQ AND ADD'L FAST TEAM TO THE SCENE [EAN]. 3:32p.m.

YONKERS (WESTCHESTER) NY *3rd ALARM* aof 30 BURNHAM AVE x LOCKWOOD AVE/AGAR ST OFF SAW MILL RIVER RD. FIRE IN A LARGE DWG. MNS119 [MNS342]. 3:32p.m.

YONKERS NY: 2ND ALM ON ARRIVAL NOW A 3RD ALM ON BERHAND PL STRUCTURE FIRE EAN10 [EAN]. 3:35p.m.

YONKERS, NY (WESTCHESTER) **3RD ALARM** 50 BURHANS AV. @ SAW MILL RIVER RD. FD O/S W/ HEAVY FIRE IN A 2 STRY PVT DWL. FIRE IS DWH NY350 * NY84 * NJ414 [1STR]. 3:43p.m.

YONKERS (WESTCHESTER) NY *4th ALARM* aof 30 BURNHAMS AVE x LOCKWOOD AVE/AGAR ST OFF SAW MILL RIVER RD. FIRE IN A LARGE DWG. MNS119 [MNS342]. 3:45p.m.

U/D YONKERS (WESTCHESTER) NY *4th ALARM* CORRECTED aof 50 BURHANS AVE x LOCKWOOD AVE/AGAR ST OFF SAW MILL RIVER RD. FIRE IN A LARGE 3 FAMILY DWG. ALL YONKERS COS AT FIRE. M/A COMING INTO CITY FROM WESTCO MNS119 [MNS342]. 3:49p.m.

U/D YONKERS, NY (WESTCHESTER) **4TH ALARM** 50 BURHANS AV CMD REQ 4TH ALARM. UNITS TO STAGE ON SAW MILL RIV RD. NY350 * NY84 * NJ414 [1STR]. 3:49p.m.

U/D YONKERS NY: 3RD ALM BURHAND PL FIRE THRU OUT A -3- STY DWLG EAN10 [EAN]. 4:02p.m.

U/D YONKERS (WESTCHESTER) NY *4th ALARM* aof 50 BURHANS AVE x LOCKWOOD AVE/AGAR ST. FIRE IN A LARGE 3 FAMILY DWG. ADD ENG S/C. 3E/2T FROM WESTCO FOR COVERS. WESTCO B1 (COORDINATOR) ENRTE. [MNS342 IAP]. 4:38p.m.

WILLIAMSPORT PA 2ND ALM ACROSS FROM 462 STONEY GAP RD HVY FIRE FROM A DWG DC/PA1. 6:36p.m.

JERSEY CITY [HUDSON] NJ + PD VEHICLE OFF BRIDGE+ LINCOLN HWAY BRIDGE OVER HACKENSACK RIVER JCPD ESU TK OFF BRIDGE INTO EATER / USCG / NYPD ESU ENRTE / FOR DIVERS MNS-STAFF/30. 7:40p.m.

JERSEY CITY NJ: LINCOLN HIGHWAY A JCPD ESU TRUCK HAS GONE OFF THE BRIDGE INTO THE RIVER 2-OFFICERS MISSING NUMEROUS UNITS ON SCENE SEARHING THE WATER: EAN10 [EAN]. 7:45p.m.

NJ HUDSON JERSEY CITY *REPORTED POLICE CAR OFF A BRIDGE INTO THE RIVER* LINCOLN HIGHWAY HACKENSACK RIVER BRIDGE AS OF NOW THE TRUCK WAS NOT SEEN BY ANY OFFICIALS ON SCENE, IT WAS REPORTED AS A ESU TRUCK OFF THE BRIDGE INTO THE HACKENSACK RIVER. NEWARK AND OTHER TOWNS ASSISTING, NYPD RESPONDING WITH MULTIPLE DIVE TEAMS ALONG WITH A PAPD ESCORT AND REQUESTED TO STEP IT UP AS PER JCPD SGT. NORTH STAR ON STANDBY FOR THE INCIDENT. OFFICERS HAVE NOT BEEN LOCATED. RECALL OF OFF DUTY DIVE TEAMS FROM JERSEY CITY. EAN840/503 [EAN]. 7:53p.m.

*UPDATE* JERSEY CITY NJ +JCPD RMP IN WATER+ BRIDGE OVER HACKENSACK RIVER / LINCOLN HWAY / NYPD ESU O/S + OTHER NJ EMER UNITS .MNS-STAFF [MNS-30]. 8:01p.m.

*UPDATE* JERSEY CITY NJ +JCPD RMP IN WATER+ OFF BRIDGE HACKENSACK RIVER / LINCOLN HWAY JCFD DEPT1A REQUEST FDNY DIVE TEAMS TO SCENE REPORTED 2 OFFICERS MISSING MNS-STAFF [MNS-30]. 8:14p.m.

U/D NJ HUDSON JERSEY CITY *POLICE TRUCK OFF A BRIDGE INTO THE WATER* 775 LINCOLN HIGHWAY (US RT 1 & 9 TRK ROUTE) OFF COMMUNIPAW AVE NJSP CMD O/S W/ A JCPD ESU TRK OFF A BRIDGE. CMD IS ORGANIZING SEARCH TEAMS FROM BOTH THE JC AND NEWARK SIDE OF THE RIVER. TRK IS RPT'D TO BE IN ATLEAST 44 FT OF WATER. RESOURCES O/S FROM JCFD (NUMEROUS BOATS AND UNITS W/ LIGHTS AND THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS) JC PD ESU W/ BOATS AND PREPARING OFF DUTY RECALLED DIVERS) NJSP MARINE UNIT (W/ A BOAT AND DIVERS EN ROUTE)) US COAST GUARD (BOAT W/ DIVERS EN ROUTE) AND NYPD ESU (O/S W/ ATLEAST 1 BOAT AND DIVERS TO GO IN THE WATER ANY MOMENT NOW). CURRENT INCIDENT ACTION PLAN IS TO HAVE 2 DIVER SEARCH TEAMS -ONE ON THE NEWARK SIDE AND ONE ON THE JC SIDE. POSSIBLE ANOTHER CAR OFF THE BRIDGE IN ADDITION TO THE ESU TRK. BNN146/751/136/3915/329/388/4355/503/4568/861/89/EAN/STAFF BNNDESK/485 [EAN]. 8:16p.m.

CARROLL CO, MD: (CO#8:UNION BRIDGE) *2ND ALARM* DWELLING FIRE/ McKINSTRYS MILL RD @ RT-75/ DWELLING WELL INVOLVED/ 2nd ALARM & POWER COMPANY REQUESTED/ M/A FREDERICK CO, MD *TG10* DC/M44. 8:33p.m.

U/D NJ HUDSON JERSEY CITY *WATER SEARCH* JCFD BOX 775 LINCOLN HIGHWAY (US RT 1 & 9 TRK ROUTE) BRIDGE OVER THE PASSAIC RIVER DIVERS ARE IN THE WATER PREFORMING SYSTEMATIC SEARCHES. NUMEROUS OTHER DIVE TEAMS EN ROUTE INCLUDING FDNY RES1CUE. REQ HEAVY EQUIPMENT FROM THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS. WILL UPDATE WITH FURTHER INFORMATION AS IT BECOMES AVAILABLE EANSTAFF/ [EAN]. 8:37p.m.

*UPDATE* JERSEY CITY NJ +JCPD UNIT IN WATER+ NYPD ESU TK8 & TK1 / FDNY R1 TAC1 MAR6 RESCUE BN / REQUESTING HVY EQUIPMENT FROM ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS / VARIOUS OTHER NJ UNITS MNS-STAFF [MNS-30]. 8:44p.m.

U/D NJ HUDSON JERSEY CITY *WATER SEARCH* JCFD BOX 775 LINCOLN HIGHWAY (US RT 1 & 9 TRK ROUTE) BRIDGE OVER THE PASSAIC RIVER NJSP STATE A VEHICLE HAS BEEN LOCATED BY NYC PERSONAL NO WORD ON OCCUPANTS. ANY RECOVERY WILL GO TO JERSEY CITY MED CENTER REGARDLESS OF CONDITION. EANSTAFF/ [EAN]. 8:47p.m.

UPDATE JERSEY CITY NJ: POLICE VEHICLE INTO THE WATER* LINCOLN HWY OVER THE HACKENSACK RIVER BRIDGE JCPD ESU TRUCK WITH -2- OFFICERS MISSING IN THE WATER NUMEROUS DIVE TEAMS OPP: EAN10 [EAN]. 8:57p.m.

U/D NJ> HUDSON> JERSEY CITY> *WATER SEARCH*> JCFD BOX 775> LINCOLN HIGHWAY (US RT 1 & 9 TRK ROUTE) BRIDGE OVER THE PASSAIC RIVER> PD REPORTS THE ESU TRUCK WAS LOCATED, AND OFFICERS ARE BEING REMOVED A/T/T. UNITS ARE BRINGING THE OFFICERS TO THE KEARNY SIDE OF THE RIVER EAN840/STAFF [EAN]. 9:08p.m.

U/D NJ> HUDSON> JERSEY CITY> *JCPD ESU TRUCK OFF THE BRIDGE*> JCFD BOX 775> LINCOLN HIGHWAY (US RT 1 & 9 TRK ROUTE) BRIDGE OVER THE PASSAIC RIVER> THE OFFICER IS BEING TRANSPORTED TO UMDNJ NEWARK HOSPITAL. ROADS BEING SHUT DOWN. CPR IN PROGRESS FOR THE ONE OFFICER THAT HAS BEEN LOCATED. DIVE TEAM GOING BACK INSIDE TO SEARCH FOR THE 2ND OFFICER. EANSTAFF/840 [EAN]. 9:15p.m.

U/D NJ> HUDSON> JERSEY CITY> *JCPD ESU TRUCK OFF THE BRIDGE*> JCFD BOX 775> LINCOLN HIGHWAY (US RT 1 & 9 TRK ROUTE) BRIDGE OVER THE PASSAIC RIVER> THE OFFICER IS BEING TRANSPORTED TO UMDNJ NEWARK HOSPITAL. ROADS BEING SHUT DOWN. CPR IN PROGRESS FOR THE ONE OFFICER THAT HAS BEEN LOCATED. DIVE TEAM'S HAVE LOCATED THE 2ND BODY, REMCS EMS ENROUTE TO KEARNY SIDE TO TRANSPORT OFFICER TO UMDNJ IN NEWARK. *ALL ROADS TO THE HOSPITAL ARE CLOSED FOR A FULL POLICE ESCORT* . EANSTAFF/840 [EAN]. 9:25p.m.

*U/D* JERSEY CITY NJ: CMD RPT'S 2 OFFICERS RECOVERED FROM THE WATER CPR IN PROGRESS ENROUTE TO THE HOSPITAL WITH POLICE ESCORT: EAN10 [EAN]. 9:36p.m.

SOUTH BLOOMING GROVE, NY (ORANGE) **2ND ALARM ON ARRIVAL** 20 SHANNON LN C/S RTE 208 CAR 2 REQ 2ND ON ARRIVAL FOR A WELL INVOLVED PVT DWELLING. M/A TO SCENE & COVER. NY14 [1STR]. 9:36p.m.

U/D NJ> HUDSON> JERSEY CITY> *JCPD ESU TRUCK OFF THE BRIDGE*> JCFD BOX 775> LINCOLN HIGHWAY (US RT 1 & 9 TRK ROUTE) BRIDGE OVER THE PASSAIC RIVER> THE 1ST OFFICER IS NOW AT UMDNJ NEWARK (CPR IN PROGRESS). DIVE TEAM'S HAVE LOCATED THE 2ND BODY, AND ARE HAVING DIFFICULTY REMOVING HIM FROM THE WATER. EMS STAGED @ "JERSEY TRUCK STOP" EANSTAFF/840 [EAN]. 9:37p.m.

NY> ORANGE> SOUTH BLOOMING GROVE> *2ND ALARM*> 20 SHANNON LN, C/S RT 208> WORKING FIRE REQUESTING M/A TO THE SCENE> EANDESK/485/10/605 [EAN]. 9:44p.m.

UNION CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **2ND ALARM** 45TH ST. & NEW YORK AVE. BASEMENT FIRE IN A HIGH RISE BUILDING. DWH. NJ895 * NJ465 [1STR]. 9:46p.m.

NJ> HUDSON> UNION CITY> *2ND ALARM*> 45TH ST & NEW YORK AVE> 2ND ALM ON ARRIVAL FOR HVY FIRE IN AN UNK SIZEUP. FPTF> EAN503/146/485 [EAN]. 9:48p.m.

U/D UNION CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **2ND ALARM** 300 45TH ST. & NEW YORK AVE. BASEMENT FIRE IN A HIGH RISE BUILDING. EMS REQUESTED STILL DWH. NJ511 * NJ895 * NJ3690 [1STR]. 9:53p.m.

U/D NJ> HUDSON> UNION CITY> *2ND ALARM*> 45TH ST & NEW YORK AVE> W/F IN AN UNK TYPE DWG. BUILDING BEING EVACUATED & SEARCHES ARE UNDER WAY ON THE UPPER FLOORS. SQUAD 7 IS THE F.A.S.T UNIT. FIRE IS D/W/H. EAN5/73/136/146/840 [EAN]. 9:53p.m.

UNION CITY NJ: 2ND ALM ON ARRIVAL 45TH ST & NY AV BLDG FIRE EAN10 [EAN]. 9:53p.m.

SPRING GROVE PA (YORK CO) 2ND ALM 120 S MAIN ST HVY FIRE OUT SEVERAL WINDOWS OF A DWG DC/PA1. 10:01p.m.

U/D UNION CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **2ND ALARM** 300 45TH ST. & NEW YORK AVE. BASEMENT FIRE IN A HIGH RISE BUILDING. 2 L/S/O ALL FIRE K/D COMPANIES STILL WORKING PWH. NJ511 * NJ895 * IN01 [1STR]. 10:03p.m.

U/D NJ> HUDSON> UNION CITY> *2ND ALARM*> 45TH ST & NEW YORK AVE> CMD REPORTS HE HAD FIRE IN THE BSMT OF A HIGH RISE OMD. BUILDING HAS BEEN EVACUATED DUE TO HEAVY SMOKE CONDITION. ALL SEARCHES ARE COMPLETE AND (-). FIRE HAS BEEN K/D OVERHAUL IN PROGRESS. FIRE IS P/W/H. EANSTAFF/ [EAN]. 10:08p.m.

U/D JERSEY CITY NJ: ONLY ONE OFFICER RECOVERED BY DIVERS S/C 2 CANTEEN UNITS TO THE SCENE JC GONG CLUB AND NEWARK BELL/SIREN CLUB EAN10 [EAN]. 10:33p.m.

U/D JERSEY CITY NJ (HUDSON) **JCPD ESU TRUCK IN WATER** LINCOLN HIGHWAY BRIDGE (INTO KEARNY/TRUCK RT 1&9) 1 OFFICER STILL UN-ACCOUNTED FOR IN THE WATER. COMMAND REPORTS THIS IS AN ESU TRUCK W/ "ADDITIONAL FIREPOWER" IN LOCKED CABINETS ALSO ONBOARD. S/C ADDITIONAL CANTEEN FROM BAYONNE TO ASSIST W/REHAB FOR DIVERS. NUMEROUS M/A DIVE TEAMS FROM BERGEN/PASSAIC/ESSEX ASSISTING. NYPD/USCG ALSO OPERATING. OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH THE OFFICERS. EANSTAFF* [EAN]. 11:00p.m.

U/D JERSEY CITY, NJ (HUDSON) **L.O.D.D.** COMMUNIPAW AVENUE BRIDGE INTO KEARNY. NJ STATE POLICE AND NYPD DIVE PERSONNEL ARE PREPARING TO REMOVE THE SUBMERGED ESU TRUCK. THE SEARCH FOR THE 2ND OFFICER HAS OFFICIALLY BEEN MADE A RECOVERY OPERATION. NO CONFIRMATION ON STATUS OF 1ST OFFICER. NJ301 [1STR]. 11:07p.m.


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02:34 . CINCINNATI FD. (OFN DISTRICT 11 (HAMILTON)): WSF. 820 ELBERON AV. DIST-2 RPTS FIRE IN LAUNDRY ROOM OF 2-STY BRK OMD. CFD FG3. OFN217 (C)

08:46 . YOUNGSTOWN FD. (OFN DISTRICT 4 (MAHONING)): WSF. 417 E. MARION. B2 O/S W/ FIRE SHOWING FROM 2ND FLOOR OF AN OCC RES. EXPOSURES ON BOTH SIDES. E2,9,6,S33,L24,B1,2. 154.370. OFN002 (C)

17:49 . WASHINGTON TWP. (OFN DISTRICT 8 (FRANKLIN)): **U/D**. COSGRAY RD . 20 MIN EXTRICATION NOW COMPLETE. 3 LEVEL 1 TRAUMAS YET TO BE XPORTED. 3 HELOS REQUESTED, BUT UNABLE TO FLY DUE TO WX. WT EMS. OFN101 (C)


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New York City Metro Area Fire Incidents
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MNS PAGED REPORTS FOR F.D.N.Y.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2005

ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN:

@ 00:09
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1670 8TH AVE X 155 ST, FIRE IN A PROJECT TYPE BLDG ON THE 8TH FLR, L-30 FAST TK. Mns154

@ 00:21
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 75-1670, 8TH AVE X 155 ST, FIRE IN A PROJECT TYPE BLDG ON THE 8TH FLR, 30 STY OMD, 1 L/S/O, MAIN BODY FIRE K/D, PRI SCH NEG. Mns154/812

@ 03:53
MANHATTAN: W/F 10-75 BOX 1215 aof 201 W. 93 X AMSTERDAM AVE, FIRE 14TH FLR OF A 22 STY CLASS 1 OMD, 1 10-45 CODE 2 (HOMELESS PERSON), FIRE IS U/C. NYCR442. Mns154/866

@ 06:24
BROOKLYN: W/F 10-75 BOX 977, WASHINGTON AVE X ST JHONS PL, FIRE IN A 1 STY TAXPAYER, 30 X 80, L-113 FAST TK, BN-57 I/C. Mns154

@ 06:30
BROOKLYN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-977 aof 769A WASHINGTON AVE X ST JHONS PL, FIRE IN A 1 STY TAXPAYER 30 x 80, 1 L/S/O, L-113 FAST TK, BN-57 I/C. Mns154

@ 06:40
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1173 aof 620 E.141 ST X CYPRESS AVE, FIRE ON THE TOP FLR 6 STY 75 X 100, 1 L/S/O, L-42 FAST TK, BN-14 I/C . Mns154

@ 06:45
BRONX: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-2173 aof 620 E.141 ST X CYPRESS AVE, FIRE ON TOP FLR 6 STY 75 X 100 OMD, 1 L/S/O, MAIN BODY FIRE K/D, RETURN SPECIAL UNITS. Mns154

@ 16:29
MANHATTAN: W/F 10-77- AOF #3 COOPER SQR NR AVE "A" FIRE IN APT 9-C 9TH FL MNS119 16:29:48

@ 16:29
MANHATTAN: W/F *10-77* BOX 608 AOF #3 PETER COOPER RD X 1ST. AVE, FIRE OUT ( 2 ) WINDOWS ON THE 9TH. FLR OF A 16 STY CLASS 1 O/M/D 180 X 70, L-11 FAST TK, E-33 C.F.R.D., BN-2 SAFETY CORD, BN-6 I/C [MNS84]

@ 16:29
MANHATTAN: BOX 608 10-77 RESID HIGH RISE FIRE. #3 PETER COOPER RD & ROOSEVELT DR. FIRE ON THE 9TH FL OF A 16 STY 180 X 70 OMD. ALL VIS FIRE K/D. MNS -88- 4:27:11 PM

@ 16:38
QUEENS: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-6411 @ HARDING EXPWY SOUTH SERVICE RD & 254 ST. 2 STY 20 X 40 WD/FRM DWLG. FIRE 1ST FLR, BN-53 I/C * MNS266 * MNS-106

@ 17:20
MANHATTAN: *ALL-HANDS* 7-5-1274 LEXINGTON AVE & E 101 ST, FIRE IN A M/D, U/C

@ 19:28
BROOKLYN: *ALL HANDS* 7-5-1781 FULTON ST. X WARWICK ST. DIV. 15 REPORTS, FIRE IN A 3 STY 20 X 60 MULTI DWELLING. FIRE IS DWH. L-103 FAST TK, BN-44 I/C MNS147/118IAP

@ 20:11
BROOKLYN: 90 PCT 82 DIVISION AVE & BERRY ST. C.O. ACTIVATION WITH SOME PPL OVERCOME. HAZOLAH EMS SETTING UP A COMMAND. FD & HAZMAT O/S. MNS -88/813- 8:10:37 PM

@ 21:40
MANHATTAN: F.D.N.Y. MUTUAL AID BOX 500 TO JERSEY CITY, N.J. J.C.P.D. E.S.U. TK IN WATER + HACKENSACK RIVER BRIDGE, / U.S. 1 & 9 / LINCOLN HWAY, REQUEST F.D.N.Y. DIVE TEAM, F.D.N.Y. RESCUE CO #1, TAC-1, MARINE CO #6, RESCUE BN ENROUTE. [MNS84]


OTHER INCIDENTS AROUND N. Y. & VICINITY:

@ 02:14
CRANFORD, N. J. ( UNION CO ) W/F AOF 101 WILSHIRE DR. X SHETLAND DR, FIRE IN A PRIVATE DWELLING, M/A TO WORK & COVER

@ 04:25
HILLSIDE, N. J. ( UNION CO ) W/F AOF 73 KING ST. X ELMER PLACE, HEAVY FIRE IN A 2.5 STY PRI. DWG. M/A RESP IN, UNION F. D. AS THE FAST TEAM

@ 04:45
IRVINGTON, N. J. ( ESSEX CO ) ** 2ND ALARM** 253 22 ST X 17 AVE. FIRE IN A 3 STY FRAM M/D

@ 08:21
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (NASSAU CO) W/F aof 30 THORNE AVE x HENRY / CATHERINE STS. HOUSE FIRE. M/A UNIONDALE & S. HEMPSTEAD TO SCENE [MNS342]

@ 09:19
LAWRENCE, MASS. *** 3RD-ALARM*** BOX 2111 @ 2-4 WEBSTER CT - COMMAND RPTS HVY FIRE IN A 3 FAMILY WD/FRM STRUCTURE - MUTUAL AID REQUESTED FOR WORK & COVER * TAC9 * MNS-106

@ 09:36
MASTIC, N.Y. (SUFFOLK-CNTY) *WORKING-FIRE* 177 MASTIC BLVD. BLDG FIRE. MASTIC AMB REQUESTED TO STAND-BY AT THE SCENE * MNS-106

@ 15:43
BRENTWOOD, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) W/F 50 S. 5TH AVE X BRENTWOOD RD. HOUSE FIRE THAT WAS AN SRO. 1 FATALITY IN CELLAR CUBICLE. FIRE IS NOW U/C. FIRE MARSHALS / HOMICIDE SQ O/S MNS119 [MNS342 IAP]

@ 16:25
YONKERS, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER CO) ** 2ND ALARM** aof 30 BURNHAM AVE x LOCKWOOD AVE OFF SAW MILL RIVER RD. FIRE IN A LARGE DWG. MNS119 [MNS342]

@ 16:29
YONKERS, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER CO) *** 3RD ALARM*** aof 30 BURNHAM AVE x LOCKWOOD AVE / AGAR ST OFF SAW MILL RIVER RD. FIRE IN A LARGE DWG. MNS119 [MNS342]

@ 16:44
YONKERS, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER CO) **** 4TH ALARM**** aof 30 BURNHAMS AVE x LOCKWOOD AVE / AGAR ST OFF SAW MILL RIVER RD. FIRE IN A LARGE DWG. MNS119 [MNS342]

@ 16:49
YONKERS, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER CO) **** 4TH ALARM**** CORRECTED aof 50 BURHANS AVE x LOCKWOOD AVE / AGAR ST OFF SAW MILL RIVER RD. FIRE IN A LARGE 3 FAMILY DWG. ALL YONKERS COS AT FIRE. M/A COMING INTO CITY FROM WEST CO MNS119 [MNS342]

@ 17:38
YONKERS, N.Y. (WESTCHESTER CO) **** 4TH ALARM**** aof 50 BURHANS AVE x LOCKWOOD AVE / AGAR ST. FIRE IN A LARGE 3 FAMILY DWG. ADD ENG S/C. 3 ENG'S / 2 TK'S FROM WEST CO FOR COVERS. WEST CO BN-1 (COORDINATOR) ENRTE. [MNS342 IAP]

@ 21:13
JERSEY CITY, N.J. ( HUDSON CO ) +J.C.P.D. RMP IN WATER+ OFF BRIDGE, HACKENSACK RIVER / LINCOLN HWAY J.C.F.D. DEPT 1A REQUEST F.D.N.Y. DIVE TEAMS TO SCENE, REPORTED 2 OFFICERS MISSING, MNS-STAFF [MNS-30]

@ 21:24
JERSEY CITY, N. J. (HUDSON CO) +J.C.P.D. UNIT IN WATER+ LINCOLN HWAY [RT 1 & 9] BRIDGE OVER HACKENSACK RIVER ... RESCUE 1 & RESCUE BN M/A TO JERSEY CITY [MNS-30]

@ 21:34
JERSEY CITY, N. J. (HUDSON CO) +J.C.P.D. / E.S.U. UNIT IN THE WATER + HACKENSACK RIVER + ADD M/A TO J.C. FDNY TAC-1 / MARINE 6 ALSO ENROUTE / MNS-30

@ 21:43
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (HUDSON CO) +JCPD UNIT IN WATER+ N.Y.P.D. E.S.U. TK 8 & TK 1 / FDNY R-1 TAC-1, MAR-6 RESCUE BN / REQUESTING HVY EQUIPMENT FROM ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS / VARIOUS OTHER N.J. UNITS MNS-STAFF [MNS-30]

@ 21:49
EAST QUOQUE, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO) W/F, #7 FOSTER CROSSING X BAY AVE. FIRE IN P/D NFI MNS 74

@ 21:56
EAST QUOQUE, N.Y. (SUFFOLK CO ) W/F U/D, M/A HAMPTON BAYS FOR FAST TEAM, #7 FOSTER CROSSING X BAY AVE. DWH. MNS 74

@ 23:42
BELLMORE, N.Y. ( NASSAU CO) A WORKING FIRE IN A COMMERCIAL BUILDING ON MERRICK ROAD WITH A CROSS STREET OF FARMERS AVE, MUTUAL AID TO THE SCENE AND TO STANDBY MNS#559

@ 22:56
UNION CITY, N. J. ( HUDSON CO ) ** 2ND ALARM** NEW YORK AVE & 45 ST. FIRE IN A MULTIPLE DWELLING, M/A TO WK & COVER

@ 00:06
JERSEY CITY, N. J. (ESSEX CO) J.C.P.D. / E.S.U. VEHICLE IN PASSAIC RIVER OFF RTE 1/9 BRIDGE. OPERATIONS CONTINUE TO LOCATE / REMOVE 2ND OFFICER. NEWS REPTS; ARE THAT BRIDGE WAS OPEN WHEN VEHICLE WENT OFF, UNK IF GATES DOWN. M/A FROM NYC / NEWARK / PAPD STILL OPER. AWAITING BARGE CRANE. REQ BAYONNE CANTEEN TO ASSIST GONG CLUB CANTEEN WITH WARM FLUIDS FOR DIVERS. MNS30/154 [MNS342 IAP]


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Sunday, December 25, 2005

(Eastern Time Zone)

WORLD Report:

SYDNEY (NEW SOUTH WALES), AUSTRALIA. 3RD ALARM, CANTERBURY RD. (CAMPBELLVILLE) LARGE 1/CB GIRL GUIDE HALL, DESTROYED, 2HR K/D. TFN315. 4:43p.m.

BARGUNA, BANGLADESH. MAJOR FIRE, PATHARGATHA UPAZILA. QUILT SHOP, EXTENDED TO 100+ SHOPS & OFFICES, 6 STATIONS, 4HR K/D, 25 INJURED (2 CRITICAL). TFN315. 4:46p.m.

SOROTI DISTRICT, UGANDA. FATAL FIRE, CAMP SWAHILI, SOROTI TOWN. HOUSE, FULLY INVOLVED ON ARRIVAL, DESTROYED, 7 DEAD (2 ADULTS, 5 CHILDREN). TFN315. 4:51p.m.

ZHONGSHAN (GUANGDONG PROV.), CHINA. FATAL FIRE, TANZHOU TWP. BAR FIRE, 25 DEAD, 11 INJURED. TFN315. 10:15p.m.

ZHONGSHAN (GUANGDONG PROV.), CHINA. FATAL FIRE, WENKANG RD. (TANZHOU TWP.) 1ST FLR, QUICK K/D, NOW 26 DEAD, 11 INJURED. TFN315. 11:50p.m.


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Incidents from the St. Louis, MO Metro area.


Sunday, December 25, 2005

(Central Time Zone)

STLFN: ST.LOUIS,MO: STLFD *1st ALARM* w/RPT OF PERSON TRAPPED @ 858 HAMILTON x CATES. 2-STORY BRK APT w/HVY FIRE 2nd FLR. 1 LINE OFF. PUMPERS: 30-13-28-22-24, HL15, BC805/801, SQD-1, DC810 [STL899]. 9:43a.m.

STLFN: ST.LOUIS,MO: U/D - STLFD's *1st ALARM* @ 858 HAMILTON x CATES. FIRE ON THE 2nd FLR OF A 4-STORY BRK APT BLDG. 3 CIVILIAN INJURIES. FF's CONDUCTING A PRIMARY SEARCH [STL899]. 9:51a.m.

STLFN: ST.LOUIS,MO: U/D - STLFD's *1st ALARM* @ 858 HAMILTON x CATES. 4-STORY BRK APT BLDG - FIRE UNDER CONTROL. 3 CIVILIANS TRANSPORTED. PRIMARY SEARCH NEGATIVE. SECONDARY SEARCH UNDERWAY [STL899]. 9:59a.m.

STLFN: BIG RIVER FD (ST.FRANCIOS CO.MO.) ON SCENE OF A *1sT ALARM* TRAILER HOME FIRE @ 9802 BERRY RD. M/A REQUESTED FROM DeSOTO RURAL FPD ENG.5824. (STL 835). 3:26p.m.


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*** REPORT FROM THE LINE OF FIRE ***



UNITED KINGDOM
LONDON, ENGLAND

SUNDAY 25 DECEMBER

Harlington - fatal fire

A woman has died following a fire at a house in Harlington this morning. The Brigade was called just after 10 o'clock to the two-storey house in Browngraves Road. Half of the first floor was damaged by the blaze and Police and fire investigation officers are at the scene to try and establish the cause of the fire. The Brigade was called at 1006 and the fire was under control by 1042. Fire crews from Hayes fire station attended the incident.


http://www.london-fire.gov.uk/news/latest_incidents.asp


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LOS ANGELES, CA:

December 25, 2005
Inc.# 256 at 6:07 AM
1619 E. 42nd St.
South Los Angeles


CHRISTMAS MORNING STRUCTURE FIRE


On Sunday, December 25, 2005 at 6:07 AM (PST), six Companies of Los Angeles City Firefighters, three Rescue Ambulances, two Arson Units,and one Battalion Chief Officer Command Team under the direction of Battalion Chief Michael Arguelles responded to a Structure Fire at 1619 E. 42nd St. in South Los Angeles/Newton. As Firefighters arrived on scene they were immediately confronted with a single story, single family residence, with fire showing from the front of the structure. Firefighters immediately began an interior fire attack, coordinated with simultaneous vertical ventilation by firefighters on the roof. Additional firefighters conducted a search of the occupancy for any trapped victims. Fortunately, all occupants of the home had been assisted to safety by neighbors prior to the arrival of Firefighters. In all, fourty Firefighters controlled the incident in just fourteen minutes. The incident was completed in 5 hours and six minutes. As a result of the fire, five adults and three children have been displaced and are being assisted by the American Red Cross. Thankfully, there were no injuries reported on this Christmas Morning fire. The dollar loss is estimated at $84,000 ($40,000 structure, $25, 000 contents, $18,000 to two vehicles, and $1,000 to a neighbors home.) The cause the fire is under investigation.


Ron Myers
Firefighter/Specialist
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department
200 North Main Street, Room OCD-E423
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA

Fax: (213) 485-2708
LAFD E-Mail: rem2826@lafd.lacity.org


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Manhattan, N. Y. 12/25/05 @ 16:15 hrs.

Stuyvesant Town

Box 608
address: #3 Peter Cooper Road
between: Ave. " C " & 1st. Ave.

608 @ 16:06
Engs. 5, 16, 14
T. Lad. 7, Lad. 3
Batt. 6

10 - 75 - 608 @ 16:10
Ladder 11 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Eng. 21
Rescue Co. #1
Squad Co. #18
Batt. 7
Division 1

" Batt. 7 to Manhattan, We see fire out ( 2 ) windows on the 9th. floor, 10 - 77 this Box K "

10 - 77 - 608 @ 16:11
T. Lad. 9, Lad. 24
Eng. 33 C. F. R. D.
Batt. 4
Batt. 2 "Safety Cord."
Rescue Battalion / Safety Battalion
Fieldcom 1

Fire Building:
16 Story Class 1 180 x 70 O. M. D.
No Exposure Problems

@ 16:12
Batt. 6 reports: Box 608, We have fire out ( 2 ) windows of a 9th. floor Apt. in a 16 Story Class 1 occupied multiple dwelling. We have 1 - line stretched going in operation. Truck's are making a search. Attack stairs is the " B " stairway. Fire's Doubtful.

@ 16:15
Batt. 6: Box 608, Fire has been knocked down. Primary search in progress. " K "

@ 16:23
Division 1: Box 608, Primary search of the Fire Apt. is negative. We have primary searches are negative in both stairwells.

@ 16:25
Division 1: Box 698, Fire was on the 9th. floor in Apt. 9 "henry" All visible fire has been extinguished. Primary searches are all negative. Fire is Probably Will Hold.

@ 16:42
Division 1: Box 608, All secondary searches have been completed and are negative. Fire is UnderControl.

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Brooklyn, N. Y. 12/25/05 @ 19:15 hrs.

East New York Section

Box 1780
address: 2915 Fulton Street
between: Warrick St. & Ashford St.

1780 @ 19:08
Engs. 332, 236, 231, 290*
Lad. 175, T. Lad. 120
Batt. 44
Rescue Co. #2*
Squad Co. #1*
* 4 Engs. / 2 Tks. / Rescue & Sqd due to numerous calls.

10 - 75 - 1780 @ 19:11
Ladder 103 is designated as the "FAST" Truck
Batt. 39
Division 15

Fire Building:
3 Story Brick 20 x 60 O. M. D.
Surrounding Properties:
Exp. #1: Is a Street
Exp. #2: Is a Similar Type attach
Exp. #3: Is a Rear Yard
Exp. #4: Is a Similar Type attach

All - Hands:
7 - 5 - 1780 @ 19:20
Batt. 44 reports: 1780, Using All - Hands for a 3rd floor fire in a 3 story brick occupied multiple dwelling. We have 2 - lines stretched, 1 - line in operation. Searches are underway. Fire is Doubtful.

@ 19:21
Batt. 44: Box 1780, Main body of fire has been knocked down. Primary searches of the top floor is negative.

@ 19:24
Division 15: Box 1780, Fire is Probably Will Hold.

@ 19:27
Division 15: Box 1780, Secondary searches are still in - progress. Fire is UnderControl.


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HOUSTON DISPATCH
Houston TX area

Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005

From: "Daniel"

HFD: Church Fire 6600 Eastwood 533R Tac7. Church fully involved- DC-46


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: "Daniel"

6600 Eastwood now a 2-11 fire


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: "Daniel"

HFD: Building Fire- 5300 Trafalgar 571Q Tac 8. DC-82 advising fully involved REQ 1-11


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: "Daniel"

HFD: Apt Fire 4603 Sherwood 451R Tac 7. District 5


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WI-IncidentAlert Wisconsin Fire & Police Incidents

WI Incident Alert is for the scanner hobbyist, fire buff, and anyone interested in newsworthy fire/police and other emergency incidents happening in Wisconsin,also posted are mutual aid incidents involving WI depts over the state line)


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: "Michael Mannchen"

Manitowoc Co. Major Barn Fire

Manitowoc Co.
16202 W. Union Road
Cleveland & Newton FD o/s at a very large barn fire with exposure to home and other small buildings. M/A from Howards Grove, Ada, and others from Sheboygan Co.

154.280 Mant. Co. Fire
154.415 Sheb Co. Fire page
159.210 Mant. Sheriff

12:45pm


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: "Michael Mannchen"

RE: Manitowoc Co. Major Barn Fire

Additional: 154.010 is working fireground freq. Law enforcement closing all roads, this is big. 12:50pm


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: John Schneider

Milwaukee House Fire - 10:11pm

34th & Hadley. Engine 13 on scene requesting full assignment for a working house fire. 154.385


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: John Schneider

Milwaukee House Fire Update - 10:15pm. 2.5 Story dwelling with fire on 1st extending to 2nd & attic


Date: Mon, 26 Dec 2005
From: "kc9gjy"

Milwaukee House Fire - 10:15pm Update

Engine 13 reports fire on the 1st floor extending to the second floor. Aparently an abandon home. F1 (154.385) , F8 (154.265)


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: John Schneider

Milwaukee House Fire Final Update - 10:31pm

2749 N 34th. 2 lines laid,fire under control. 1 hour duration


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: John Schneider

South Milwaukee Stabbing - 10:40pm

1635 Maple St. Female has knife sticking in back,also another person cut somewhere on body. MCTRS 18064 South Milw PD


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: John Schneider

South Milwaukee Stabbing Update - 11:02pm. Suspect now in custody


Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005
From: "John Schneider"

South Milwaukee Stabbing Update 2 - 11:05pm. Fire Dept requesting Flight for Life, LZ is at nearby church lot


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JERSEY CITY, NJ: Special Call Box 775 12/25/05

MASSIVE RESPONSE TO HACKENSACK RIVER TRAGEDY


Numerous units from a multitude of agencies responded to a report of a truck into the Hackensack River off the Communipaw Ave. Bridge, Jersey City, on Christmas night. Police and fire units from both sides of the bridge, which is the heavily traveled U. S. Truck Route 1-9 connecting Jersey City and South Kearny. F.D.J.C. Rescue Co. 1, returning from another box alarm, responded immediately and launched their inflatable boat into the river from an old access road under the bridge. Eng. Co. 17 and Lad. Co. 9 reported to the top of the draw bridge, which was in the open position. The worst fears of the responders was not only confirmed but compounded into a tragedy of devastating proportions. The vehicle which had plunged into the Hackensack River off the bridge as it opened was a Jersey City Police Emergency Service Unit with two Police Officers on board!

Divers from a host of agencies were called to the scene to search the dark, cold waters of the Hackensack. To complicate matters, a steady rain was falling and a thick fog was rolling in. Undaunted by the horrible weather conditions, divers from the Jersey City Police, New Jersey State Police, Bergen County Dive Team, NYPD and F.D.N.Y. Rescue Co. 1 all converged on the scene. The divers staged on both sides of the river and a systematic search was conducted. Approximately one hour into the operation, New Jersey State Police divers located the ESU truck and brought one Officer to the surface. He was immediately rushed to University Hospital in Newar, a State Trauma Center. Newark Police cleared a route from the site directly to the hospital. The condition of the ofifcer is officially unknown at this writing, but given the circumstances, one can only imagine how serious the situation is.

The second Police Officer has not been located as yet. Divers from various units were either deployed or staged at both sides of the river. At approximatley 0215 on December 26, 2005, New Jersey State Police Divers called off the search until daybreak. Current plans are to resume operations at 0930 with divers entering the river by 1015. The Army Corps of Engineers responded with their large workboat, the Heyward, a well known fixture in the New York Harbor. The boat is equiped with a large crane capable of pulling vehicles from the waters of the harbor. The ESU truck has been recovered and is being transported to the Corps' facilities at the foot of Chapel Ave. It will be photographed and transported back to the ESU quarters at the City's DPW complex.

The Communipaw Ave. bridge remains closed for an idefinite period. New Jersey Dept. of Transportation Engineers are also en route to assess any possible damage to the bridge. Exact details of how this tragedy unfolded are not clear at present. The incident is under investigation by the Jersey City Police and various other agencies. Response included JCPD, F.D.J.C., Kearny Police, Kearny Fire Dept., Newark Police, Newark Fire Dept. (Batt. 5, Res. Co. 1), Bergen County Dive Team, NYPD Harbor, Aviation and Emergency Service Units, F. D. N. Y. Rescue Battalion, Res. Co. 1, TAC 1, New Jersey State Police, U. S. Coast Guard, Port Authority Police, Army Corps of Engineers, New Jersey Transit Police, Hudson County Sheriff's Office, Hudson County Prosecutor's Office.

Car 26 was special called by order of Chief of Operations, Deputy Chief Robert Cobb, responding at 2312 hours. Chief Cobb also requested a canteen to the Kearny side of the bridge. Since Newark companies were operating there, HQ 17, the Bell & Siren Club, was dispatched. Upon arrival on Communipaw Ave., Car 26 was ordered to the command post at the top of the bridge and also was asked to supply hot drinks to the divers staged under the bridge. A jug of hot chocolate was carried down to that area by Gong Club Deputy Chief Bob Scollan, followed by a special call for the Bayonne Fire Canteen to cover that sector. Three of the four I.F.B.A. clubs operating canteens in the nothern part of the state operated at the incident.

Further details will undoubtedly be learned as the search for the missing officer continues. F.D.J.C. response included:

2022 Still Alarm 775 Eng. Co. 17, Lad. Co. 9, Res. Co. 1, MSU

2025 S/C 775 Div. 1, Squad Co. 4

2058 S/C 775 Eng. Co. 6, Lad. Co. 2, Haz Mat Unit Car 1-3-3A-28

2254 S/C 775 Car 26


Paul Schaetzle
Gong Club, Inc.


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Incidentlog.com Fire Report For 2005-12-25
National Police and Fire Incidents


0012hrs - FIRES - 100 BLK MAIN ST - FILMORE, CA

0030hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 1111 MCLEAN - DALLAS, TX

0101hrs - BUILDING FIRE - NORTH FWY - HOUSTON, TX

0113hrs - FIRE - 15198 SW 56TH ST - MIAMI, FL

0147hrs - 211 FIRE - CULLEN BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

0147hrs - BUILDING FIRE - EASTWOOD ST - HOUSTON, TX

0158hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - BREEZEWAY ST - HOUSTON, TX

0159hrs - MOBILE HOME ON FIRE - FOSTER ST - HOUSTON, TX

0190hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 2410 CATHERINE - DALLAS, TX

0204hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - BREEZEWAY ST - HOUSTON, TX

0206hrs - MOBILE HOME ON FIRE - FOSTER ST - HOUSTON, TX

0209hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - WESTVIEW - HOUSTON, TX

0219hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - IMPERIAL VALLEY DR - HOUSTON, TX

0230hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - CRESTMONT ST / EDGECREST DR - SAN ANTONIO, TX

0306hrs - SMALL BLDG. ON FIRE - TRAFALGAR DR - HOUSTON, TX

0318hrs - FIRES - 600 BLK CLAY ST - FILMORE, CA

0319hrs - FIRE - 1825 NW 68TH TER - MIAMI, FL

0319hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - TRAFALGAR DR - HOUSTON, TX

0403hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - ELECTRA DR - HOUSTON, TX

0556hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - HAMMERLY - HOUSTON, TX

0710hrs - FIRE - 9755 NW 22ND AVE - MIAMI, FL

0724hrs - FIRE - 650 NE 122ND ST - MIAMI, FL

0726hrs - FIRE - 1351 NW 132ND ST - MIAMI, FL

0749hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - W AIRPORT BLVD - HOUSTON, TX

0752hrs - FIRES - 12000 BLK PACIFIC COAST HWY - SOUTH COUNTY, CA

0826hrs - DUPLEX ON FIRE - RIDGE WIND LN - HOUSTON, TX

0833hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - JEANETTA - HOUSTON, TX

1003hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 15450 SW 146TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1058hrs - FIRE - 15921 SW 86TH TER - MIAMI, FL

1102hrs - FIRE - 10841 NW 7TH AVE - MIAMI, FL

1218hrs - WOODS ON FIRE - TRAFALGAR DR - HOUSTON, TX

1239hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - BOYNTON DR - HOUSTON, TX

1320hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 328 UTAH ST - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1342hrs - FIRE - 3774 NW 209TH TER - MIAMI, FL

1357hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - S WILLOW DR - HOUSTON, TX

1400hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 6130 INGRAM RD APT: 804 - SAN ANTONIO, TX

1455hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - BISSONNET ST - HOUSTON, TX

1533hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - HAMMERLY - HOUSTON, TX

1539hrs - FIRES - BLK CEDARMEADOW CT / DEERMEADOW ST - PCH HILL, CA

1548hrs - FIRE - 7524 SW 112TH CT - MIAMI, FL

1609hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - SHERWOOD LN - HOUSTON, TX

1619hrs - FIRES - 3900 BLK PARRON ST - CAMARILLO, CA

1628hrs - FIRE ACTIVITY - LAMPETER RD & MAGNOLIA DR - WEST LAMPETER, PA

1648hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - 5712 28TH AV NW - SEATTLE, WA

1744hrs - FIRES - 500 BLK SANJON RD - VENTURA, CA

1746hrs - FIRE STRUCTURE - 4111 NW 27TH ST - MIAMI, FL

1759hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - FLEMING DR - HOUSTON, TX

1812hrs - FIRES - BLK CLAY AV / TELEPHONE RD - VENTURA, CA

1817hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - S VOSS RD - HOUSTON, TX

1827hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - CANFIELD ST - HOUSTON, TX

1842hrs - FIRES - 9000 BLK VISTA ANACAPA RD - MOORPK, CA

1856hrs - FIRE IN BUILDING - 1410 E HOWELL ST - SEATTLE, WA

1858hrs - BUILDING FIRE - GULF FWY - HOUSTON, TX

1905hrs - FIRE - HARDING DR&KANSAS RD - MIAMI, FL

1906hrs - CHECK FOR BUILDING FIRE - TRAIL HOLLOW - HOUSTON, TX

1908hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - VICKIJOHN DR - HOUSTON, TX

1908hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - CLARIDGE DR - HOUSTON, TX

1910hrs - CHECK FOR BUILDING FIRE - TRAIL HOLLOW - HOUSTON, TX

1949hrs - FIRES - 0-100 BLK VALLEY VISTA DR - CAMARILLO, CA

1950hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 6440 VILLA - DALLAS, TX

1955hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - DESOTO - HOUSTON, TX

2020hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 15302 LEAFY - DALLAS, TX

2020hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 4706 CASA ORO - SAN ANTONIO, TX

2028hrs - HOUSE ON FIRE - MEADOWGLEN LN - HOUSTON, TX

2042hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE CONFIRMED - 2127 WORRINGTON ST - SARASOTA, FL

2151hrs - FIREWORKS DISTU - 11600 BLK AZALEA - FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA

2219hrs - FIRE POLICE - PROSPECT RD & S GARFIELD RD - WEST HEMPFIELD, PA

2230hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 829 CEDAR HILL - DALLAS, TX

2234hrs - FIREWORKS - FLORENCE / ORANGE - LA HABRA, CA

2238hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - HOLLISTER - HOUSTON, TX

2320hrs - STRUCTURE FIRE - 6003 MILITARY - DALLAS, TX

2336hrs - APARTMENT FIRE - BRIAR FOREST DR - HOUSTON, TX

2346hrs - PORTABLE BLDG. ON FIRE - THETA - HOUSTON, TX


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*THIS DATE IN NEW ENGLAND FIRE RESCUE HISTORY*

- Compiled by J.R. Bolduc (NH Statewide 91) n1qgs@yahoo.com


On December 25th:

1823
- Eaton - NH - Dwelling fire fatal - House destroyed by fire - Wife died trying to save invalid husband

1870 - Lynn - MA - South Common Street - Orthodox Congregational Church burns

1877 - Nashua - NH - Lock Street - The Atherton barn, containing 20 tons of hay was destroyed by fire - This was the second barn on the same spot destroyed by arson in two years

1877 - Newport - NH - Three barns belonging to Mrs. Cutting containing 10 head of cattle and 40 tons of hay were destroyed by fire

1945 - Derry - NH - Box 58 - Railroad Ave - Cassey Block - 1 building gutted by fire

1948 - Milford - NH - Souhegan St - Ehrman Building damaged in "bad fire"

1962 - Derry - NH - Fire - Manchester Rd - Large/140 ft long barn at Hood Dairy burned

1970 - Peterborough - NH - Consolidated School - 3/4 of building heavily involved in fire

1975 - Concord - NH - State Prison Riot - Two news reporters early in their careers, low on the totem pole assigned to work Christmas day get huge career boast as they report extensively on the riots - data loss

1979 - Newton - MA - 3rd Alarm - Washington Street - Warren Jr. High School - Cafeteria and Gymnasium destroyed

1986 - Nashua - NH - 3rd Alarm - Address?, 2.5 story wood frame apartment house, 12 left homeless

1991 - Boston - MA - 6th Alarm, 15 people rescued - Box 514 at 1170 Commonwealth Avenue Brighton Section - 3-story brick 9-flat apartment building 75x100 - Alley behind building blocked by parked cars - 6 FF's injured, one fell from a second floor window. suffered collapsed lung, compound fracture to elbow, a broken wrist and rib injuries

1995 - Boston - MA - 6th Alarm - Allston Section - Apartment house fire leaves 15 homeless - Six firefighters injured

1996 - Epping - NH - Jenness Road - Epping Auto Salvage - office building and shop destroyed by fire, 12 departments to scene

1997 - Milford - NH - 3rd Alarm - Itronics Electronic Mfg Co 119 Emerson Road - Building Fire. Mutual Aid 4 towns.


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